Daynight Test News
India vs England: Jack Leach ready to give his best in 'slightly different role' during pink ball Test
Leach is aware that with the pink ball, which tends to move around a lot more than the traditional red cherry, his role could change over the next few days.
India vs England: Rohit Sharma says batsmen have to be 'extra cautious and focussed' during twilight phase
Rohit is also concerned about adjusting to the lights and surroundings while fielding in the newly-built Sardar Patel Gujarat Stadium in Motera.
India vs England: Cheteshwar Pujara says it is difficult to predict how SG pink ball will behave under lights
India do not have a lot of experience with the pink-ball, having played just two games.
It is learnt that the Indian team management wants to play to its strength and there could be a turner on offer with Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel ready to exploit the conditions to the fullest.
India vs Australia: Virat Kohli says it's hard to put feelings in words after crushing defeat at Adelaide
He said the Australians bowled some good balls but didn't do anything drastically different from the first innings.
Highlights, India vs Australia, 1st Test at Adelaide Day 3, Full Cricket Score: Hosts win by eight wickets
India vs Australia 2020 Live score and latest update of 1st test at Adelaide: What a day for Australia. Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins did a mind-bowling job with the ball in the first session. Indian batsmen simply couldn't cope against them and ended up with only 36-9 in their second innings. Australia needed 90 and they reached the target for the loss of just two wickets. Joe Burns remained unbeaten on 51. Australia take 1-0 lead in the four-Test series.
Highlights, India vs Australia, 1st Test at Adelaide Day 2, Full cricket score: Visitors take 62-run lead at stumps
India vs Australia 2020 Live score and latest update of 1st Test at Adelaide: Team India take the advantage at the end of second day's action. The bowlers put out a good show today, ensuring Australia get bowled for 191 in reply to India's 244. The hosts total would've been a lot less if not for a fighting knock from their captain Tim Paine. Shaw failed again but Bumrah's batting stole the limelight in the final few minutes of the day. Australian bowlers need to come out good tomorrow if they want to snatch the Test. India will look to bat the entire day tomorrow.
India vs Australia Highlights, 1st Test at Adelaide Day 1, Full Cricket Score: Visitors end opening day at 233-6
India vs Australia 2020 Live score and latest update of 1st Test at Adelaide: STUMPS! India finish the day on 233/6 with Ashwin and Saha still batting. The day has belonged to Australia. India won the toss and opted to bat but lost Shaw in the first over. Mayank fought for a while but it was Kohli and Pujara who kept the brilliant Australian bowlers at the bay for a long period of time. The fortunes swung when Rahane messed up his call and gifted Australia the wicket of Kohli. From there on Australian pacers dominated as the second new ball helped them pick up the wickets of Rahane and Vihari. Ashwin and Saha are reliable players and India would hope they could take them to a par first innings total tomorrow.
India vs Bangladesh: 'The moment everybody was waiting for,' Twitter reacts after Day 1 of landmark pink-ball Test
Here is how Twitter reacted after India dominated Bangladesh on Day 1 of the day-night Test at Eden Gardens, Kolkata
India vs Bangladesh: Ruthless hosts bundle Tigers out for 106 before nosing ahead by 68 runs on opening day of pink-ball Test
The Ishant Sharma-led India pace unit terrorised the visitors, bundling Bangladesh out for 106 in just under 31 overs even before twilight set in, after which Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara combined to put the hosts 68 runs ahead.
Daily Bulletin: India, Bangladesh set for pink-ball debut; in LS, Prakash Javadekar to speak about air pollution; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: India, Bangladesh set for pink-ball debut at Eden Gardens; HRD Ministry appointed panel to visit JNU on today for resolution of issues; and more
India vs Bangladesh: Difficult to generate reverse swing with pink ball, but pronounced seam will aid spin, say manufacturers SG
Firstpost caught up with SG marketing director to understand the science and behaviour of the SG pink ball which is going to be used in the first Test between India and Bangladesh in Kolkata.
India vs Bangladesh: Sachin Tendulkar says day-night Test is win-win only if standard of cricket isn't compromised
Sachin Tendulkar is all for the buzz and eyeballs that India's first ever Day/Night Test has generated but at the same time would like the stakeholders to ensure that quality of cricket is not compromised at any level.
Day-night Tests: 'Important not to lose wickets in the evening'; player reactions, results and summary of all pink ball matches
11 day-night Test matches have been played so far. Here's a list of all the matches with the results and the reaction of players to pink ball matches.
India vs Bangladesh: Visitors' pacers practising for Day/Night test by dipping ball in water, says Mehidy Hasan Miraz
Gearing up for their maiden Pink ball Test in Kolkata, both the Bangladesh and Indian team have been practising in the twilight zone and under lights at the Holkar Stadium, trying to simulate conditions that they are likely to encounter at the Eden Gardens
India vs Bangladesh: Wriddhiman Saha says staying in positive frame of mind helped him during injury layoff
It was a difficult time for Wriddhiman Saha on the sidelines considering the seriousness of his shoulder injury, but the wicket-keeper remained positive and concentrated on his rehab to make a successful return.
Indian cricket team and management refuse to play day-night Test during Australia tour, says member of CoA
A member of the CoA ruled out the possibility of a day-night Test between India and Australia, citing reluctance from the Indian team management and players.
England vs West Indies: Visitors' coach Stuart Law admits 'mismatch' but urges revival is on the cards
West Indies coach Stuart Law insisted he was determined to oversee a change in the team's fortunes after a crushing first Test loss to England but admitted the series was "a mismatch"
England vs West Indies: Seamers make merry as visitors lose 19 wickets on Day 3 to hand hosts innings win
Stuart Broad starred as England thrashed the West Indies by an innings and 209 runs to ensure the inaugural day/night Test in Britain ended inside three days at Edgbaston on Saturday.
Moeen Ali is confident it will take more than a pink ball to put him off his stride during England's inaugural day/night Test against West Indies